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NBC
Aug 10, 2013 2:05am PDT
-- >> can i point out, we have a louisiana posse who came. i don't know if they showed up for my birthday or just came because they felt like it but we have louisiana ladies in the house. laura badeaux and her crowd. >> they are here just in time for my friday funny. this joke came from maggie camden on facebook. thank you. a man takes a seat next to a pirate with a wooden leg, a hook and an eye patch. the man says, i have to ask, what happened to your leg. the pirate gets a sad look on his face and begins telling the tale of a fierce sea battle in which his leg was hit by a cannon ball. the man says, that's incredible. is that how you lost your hand, too? the pirate says, no, and starts telling a different wild tale of swashbuckling sword flight that took his hand. now the man who is by this point transfixed by the captain can't help but ask, and what happened to your eye? the pirate says, well, a flock of seagulls flew over me ship. i turned my head skyward and a dropping fell right in my eye. the man laughs and says, that's not true. you couldn't have lost your eye because of seagull p
NBC
Aug 10, 2013 9:00am EDT
waters off louisiana's mainland are a patchwork of marshy islands, swamps, and bayous. valerie: south of new orleans, there's a cluster of islands. now, one of these is a remote island called mendicant island. sam: two researchers travel to this muddy, remote, and uninhabited island to test oysters, as part of a scientific project. jessica: i ended up spotting something moving in the water. so, i was wondering if it was a bag. and then i saw the telltale sign of a flipper. sam: it's a young dolphin stuck on a sandbar. to get to him, jessica has to first crawl across a mudflat, using a body board to stop herself from sinking into the mud. jessica: i had to crawl through the mud like an alligator would, on my hands and my knees, for about 100 to 200 feet. sam: when she gets there, jessica makes a terrible discovery. jessica: as soon as i arrived, the dolphin started making distress calls and started clicking. he was clearly very badly burned. his eye was milky, because the sun had been scorching him. dr. dold: bottlenose dolphins are commonly found in shallow water, but being out of the
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2013 2:00pm PDT
look at south carolina. you look at florida. >> you're in louisiana. >> where am i? >> the pit of despair. >> i know when i said that, i'm in one of those states that reflects that today in louisiana. >> oops. >> millions lined up for their chance at that million-dollar dream. >> $1 million. >> this jackpot is a crack ton of money. >> $448.4 million. >> this week's jackpot made new millionaires in new jersey and minnesota. >> yes! >> i was in shock. i was absolutely in shock will i never imagined it would be me. never, ever. >> kim called me at like 8:30. she said are you a millionaire sure enough, they are right and i said i'll have to call you back later. >> this week's top trender. >> going on at the hyatt that no one wants to talk about. everyone was hush-hush. >> shhh. be very quiet. >> the insider tells us the entire place was rented out by the koch brothers. >> republican hot brothers join the billionaire brothers for a secret meeting in new mexico. >> what kind of dastardly scheme are they cooking up now. >> i? like him. >> they're the financial engine of the financial
CBS
Aug 9, 2013 5:30pm PDT
. alaska, rhode island, new hampshire, and hawaii got as. getting fs: texas, louisiana, indiana and oklahoma where this hidden video caught a nursing assistant shoving a glove in a woman's mouth. in ohio, which lacks staff, video caught a fair giver fling ago senior on to her bed. >> state officials need to hold nursing homes accountable and nursing homes need to hold themselves accountable and step up and start providing better care. >> reporter: according to the report, just seven state provided nursing home residents with more than one hour of professional nursing care daily. states that did the best had larger and more experienced staff. >> i was wondering if you could explain your actions on that videotape. >> reporter: we tried to speak to minnie graham's nursing aides, they declined. both were fired and arrested. their cases are still spending. ed for minnie graham, she died within weeks of this video. >> she just gave up on life. she didn't want to live anymore. and then to be treated like that in her last days, you know -- >> reporter: advocates for the elderly say impr
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2013 7:00am EDT
in louisiana race in what, still feels there is injustice in america and besides the picture bridget concludes this way, america talks about the founding fathers as if they were not slavers who also sold their black children because of the color of their skin. what country has moved on with totally quality for blacks where a man can be a man? >> guest: many countries have. one of the great conflict of living where i live is i don't feel the burden of that. that social mobility is quite accessible and it is a wonderful space and wonderful democracy and it shows what great qualities can come to small don know how to answer that question about america. i do think the power as frederick douglass says, concedes nothing without a demand, never has and never will. it is probably true advantage once gained expresses itself in an effort to maintain itself. and peoples then learn not to know each other so as to be able to dismiss steeple's sufferings that they have relegated to another place unseen to them and so perhaps that is what happens. i can't begin to guess what it is like on the other side. i u
MSNBC
Aug 10, 2013 5:00am PDT
speaking this year. rick perry, governor of texas, bobby jindal, governor of louisiana, senator marco rubio from florida. there are banner names who are likely to pop up on the republican side who haven't yet arrived in iowa. also senator ted cruz will be here. what we will be hearing from cruz, santorum, those who do come is a focus on family leaders core messages and values, they are anti-abortion, sort of the evangelical cadre of the republican party here in iowa. that's the audience that they're going to be speaking to today on stage. >> all right, kasie, in another part of the state yesterday there was an event called madam president that emily's list, the group that supports final maim democratic candidates for office. this was called the first hillary 2016 was not there. senator claire mccaskill who has already endorsed her was there. tell us what went on there yesterday. >> mccaskill was acting as though she was a surrogate for a hillary clinton presidential campaign. i spoke to her after the event. that was really focused on, in fact, being a counter point to this event we're seein
CNBC
Aug 9, 2013 11:00pm EDT
is about not giving it back, but you can't because you've already won. josh in louisiana, josh? >> caller: boo-yah, jim. >> what's up? >> caller: hey, i was just wondering how you use the futures market to judge how the market would do throughout the day. >> i hate it. i won't use it. i think people who use it are lazy. they are just simply looking at how europe was or asia was in making the termination. forget about it. we trade stocks, not futures. that's quite simple. you've got more tools for your survival now. we have -- we don't own too many stocks, right? we know we should use -- limit the number of speculative stocks because they tend to trade together. we know that diversification is key. i call it the only free lunch and we know to focus on high-yielders particularly in times of trouble to reduce your risk. stay with cramer. >>> sitting on the sidelines because of all the uncertainty in the market? >> thanks for turning my portfolio from mean to green. >> that's what i want to hear. >> with over 25 years of experience in bull and bear markets, let coach cramer show you how to pl
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2013 1:35pm EDT
accelerated to an achievement are smaller. maryland, delaware, massachusetts, louisiana, which is unique in some ways. we could have a debate about whether it is good or bad what is happening in the louisiana. the small school thing is in that mix, nested in that mix. what does a school and do well, what would be better to farm out to a larger entity? you do not have a lot of that farming out in a lot of states. not so much in california, new jersey. this superintendent sharing program is interesting and hopefully somebody will study that. how large do the other entities have to get to take on certain tasks in order to be affected? >> i think your paper and the position that one size does not fit all is the right position to take. inter-district choice may help in some cases, but there needs to be real choice, if that is the case. it has to be about quality and kids, as opposed to the politics that we see around choice right now. in the places that we were, in most of the rural communities, high poverty, already consolidated, inter-district choice is often not an option. there are transp
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2013 11:00pm EDT
, first of all, made possible the louisiana purchase because that poll began was -- thatnapoleon was done with the empire as a result of the humiliating defeat. secondly, after haiti, after that revolution, the north atlantic slave trade was ended by britain and the united. and the last sort of breadth of that was the end of the civil war. one of the great story of history. >> host: this month on booktv in-depth program author and activist randall robinson. he's the author of five non-fiction books. here they are. what is transafrica? >> guest: transafrica is or the organization that i began in 1976 to galvanize african-american opinion on foreign policy issues. particularly issues that concern the black world. u.s. policy africa, the caribbean, and latin america. so transafrica, of course, of the organization that used instrumentality to galvanize american opposition to apartheid . for the set of sanctions that president reagan vetoed was overridden by republican controlled senate because of the work we did and the millions we organized to make a difference. that coupled with the great w
CBS
Aug 10, 2013 5:00am PDT
inspections, suvfficiencysufficiency, and aids. getting fs, texas, louisiana, indiana, and oklahoma where this hidden video caught a nursing assistant shoving a glove in a woman's mouth, in ohio which lacks staff, video caught a caregiver flinging a senior onto her bed. >> senior officials need to hold them accountable and step up and providing better care. >> according to the report just seven stated provided care by professional nursing care. states that did the best had larger and more experienced staff. >> i was wondering if you could explain your actions on that video. >> we tried to speak to minnie gram's nursing aides. they declined. they were both arrested. their cases are still pending. as for minnie gram she died a few weeks after this video. >> she just gave up didn't want to be treated like that in her last days, you know. >> reporter: adequacy for elderly says improvements must be made soon. the nursing population will be increasing 40% in the next decade. >> for more go to the cbs news website and click on health. >>> now to the murder and racketeer
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2013 8:00pm EDT
the haitian revolution, first of all, made possible in louisiana purchase because napoleon was done with it as a result of that humiliating defeat. secondedly, after haiti, after that revolution the north atlantic slave trade was ended by britain and the united states. and the last sort of breadth of that was the end of the civil war. americans know nothing about the story. we owe so much to those haitians, exslaves who defeated four of the most powerful army of the government in well twelve and a half year war. one of the great story in history. >> host: this month on booktv's in-depth program, author and activist randall robinson. he is the author of five non-fiction books. here they are. beginning in 1998. mr. robinson wrote "defending the spirit." finally an unbrokenning a any haiti from revolution to the kidnapping of a president. 202 is the area code if you like to dial in and participate in the conversation. you can contact us via e-mail booktv@c-span.org. or social media. you can make a comment on facebook.com/booktv. or send us a tweet@booktv is the twitter han dahl. what i
CSPAN
Aug 10, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, whereas a mine will just kill ten people. that mine was made in louisiana, exported around the world, used in afghanistan, used all other the place, sold to different countries. in a sense, these struggles will always return to where you are if you are interested in them. see, what is the point of, say, somebody in mongolia joining anti-tear gas movement unless tear gas is extensively used in mongolia? that's how they are use -- join the movement to end tear gas use. let's have a u.n. resolution to ban tear gas. that is a legitimate international politics. but the politics that you're thinking of is that tear gas is made in the u.s., in brazil. what is it, five, six places? i read that report. basically, a handful of places. those are the places where the campaign has to assert itself. but that doesn't mean that tomorrow the indians are going to stop manufacturing tear gas. the americans have banned it, the brazilians have banned it. at the same time, there has to be a push in the global forum to have an international convention against tear gas. but here's the thing, there are internation
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